Question - Are California white chickens cold hardy?

Answered by: Susan Henderson  |  Category: General  |  Last Updated: 24-08-2021  |  Views: 729  |  Total Questions: 13

These are also remarkably hardy chickens, with a long lifespan, and they lay for a longer period of time than White Leghorns. They are fast growers as well and start laying at early age. California Whites do well in cold climates and continue to lay well even in autumn when other breeds slow down. The California White, which originated in the U. S., has a single comb & is a clean legged variety. They are one of the only production hybrid breed layers to lay white eggs. They have white plumage and black speckles. Egg color - Excellent producer of large white eggs. Columbian Wyandotte Chickens are a docile bird with clean legs and black and white feathers around their neck, tail, and wings. They have a rose comb and occasionally will go broody, making them excellent mothers. The Columbia Wyandotte does well in confinement or free-range areas. California White chickens are excellent layers for small and medium sized flocks. These birds are easy to handle and they stand both the cold and confinement well. California Whites are light yellow with black flecks as babies and are white with black flecks when mature. Typically, females weigh 5 lbs. Thai, Shamo, Asil, Malay, American Gamefowl, anything Oriental or American in terms of Gamefowl will be THE most protective and aggressive, but not towards their owners. Rhode Island Reds are only on occasion aggressive in the roosters, and towards people. They aren't protective.

https://www.countrymax.com/california-white-chicken/

The California White Chicken is a cross between our best White Leghorn chicken hen with a California Grey Chicken Rooster. Adults are covered with white feathers with flecks of black. They grow fast and lay lots of big white eggs.

https://dunreathfarm.com/chickens/golden-comet-laying-hens/

Golden Comets are a Modern day egg laying strain of chicken. They are a cross between a Rhode Island Red and White Leghorn chicken. The hybrid vigor gives them the best traits of both breeds. Like leghorns they start laying earlier than any other breed and are prolific layers.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter_egger

In current American usage, an Easter egger or Easter-egger is any chicken that possesses the "blue egg" gene, but doesn't fully meet any breed standard defined in the American Poultry Association's (APA) standards, or in the case of Easter Egger bantams, the American Bantam Association's (ABA) standards.

https://www.backyardchickens.com/threads/when-will-my-white-leghorn-start-laying.641453/

the leghorn should start laying at around 16-17 weeks old. the sexlink around 5- 7 months old. i have 9 of each in my flock and they are egg laying machines.

https://www.thehappychickencoop.com/brahma-chicken/

We have already said that the Brahma is a large bird – it can be very intimidating to a child or person afraid of birds, but the Brahma is a gentle, non–aggressive bird. It is a friendly, docile and calm bird, they are said to be very easy to handle.

https://www.pinterest.com/winfredkhalumba/black-chicken/

Black chickens (also known as bantam or Silkie/Silky chickens) are considered to be a new superfood trend.

https://www.bestfoodfacts.org/food-facts-what-is-the-difference-between-white-and-brown-eggs/

Brown eggs are more expensive than white eggs because of the difference in the hens that lay them. Chickens with red feathers are larger in body size and require more feed which is why brown eggs are more expensive on store shelves.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solid_white_(chicken_plumage)

There are several chicken breeds having solid white as the most typical plumage color, such as Leghorn, Dorking, Bresse Gauloise, Polish, Wyandotte and others.

https://www.mypetchicken.com/backyard-chickens/chicken-help/Will-all-of-my-blue-chicks-actually-be-b

It's possible but in general, no. The color blue just doesn't hatch true in chickens. They are genes that dilute black feather color. One copy of the gene makes any black feathers "blue, " which in chickens is more of a pretty bluish grey.

https://www.mypetchicken.com/backyard-chickens/chicken-help/What-chickens-lay-blue-eggs-Green-Pink-O

There are several breeds of chickens---and some mixed breed crosses---that lay blue eggs, including Ameraucanas, Araucanas, and Cream Legbars. The eggs they lay may vary in color from a pale blue to a quite striking sky blue.

https://www.quora.com/What-do-we-call-baby-chickens

"Hen" and "rooster" are terms used to refer to adult chickens only. By contrast, baby chickens of either sex are called "chicks, " but can also be called "peeps. " Pullets, cockerels, juveniles: When they're young, female chickens are "pullets, " and male chickens are "cockerels. "